Magnificent natural settings and scenery of incredible charm, but what really makes the Maddalena Archipelago unique is that each of its islands has its own air, its own atmosphere. There is the delicate one to look at from afar, the most intimate one where you can feel a bit like a hero, the scintillating one to be experienced day and night, the craggy ones where history and the waves have been heavy-handed, and the Caribbean ones, envied by the whole world. Even if some of the islands are very small and uninhabited, they seduce like no other place and these small lands contain all the "charisma and symptomatic mystery" inherited from their mother Sardinia. Just like her, they too have been inhabited since the dawn of time. When history first began, the ‘obsidian way’ passed through here and, until the decline of the Roman Empire, also the granite of Gallura. They were abandoned for a long time. Monks arrived in the Middle Ages, later joined, little by little, by families of Corsican shepherds and fishermen from Ponza, starting a new story of men and women with the sea in their hearts, who made the community that had settled at La Maddalena great, always defending and never violating the islands of the archipelago, which reached us with the mysterious purity of places that have barely been touched.